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Old 05-26-2020, 11:02 PM
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I have never raised tads before but I was thinking about getting a few E. anthonyi Santa isable tads
Are they a easy tads to raise to maturity? Basically are these a good tad for a first time?
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Old 05-27-2020, 02:59 PM
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Old 05-29-2020, 05:19 PM
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In my opinion, raising tads is not all that difficult. If it were my first acquisition though, I would opt to purchase a more establish morphed out frog. The babies can be a little more temperamental and delicate until they get a little growth on them.
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In my opinion, raising tads is not all that difficult. If it were my first acquisition though, I would opt to purchase a more establish morphed out frog. The babies can be a little more temperamental and delicate until they get a little growth on them.
Do you have any?
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Do you have any?
No I do not. I've never worked with that species, but have wanted to for quite a while. Love their calls. If I did have tadpoles, it is unlikely that I would let them go to a first time keeper, I would want them to have the greatest chance of success. That's not to say they are difficult. Actually they are quite easy to morph out. It's the froglet stage where they are a little more sensitive in my experience.
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I'm not a first time keeper I've had dart frogs for several years now. Raised them all from froglets Just never tried breeding them
I actually just sold a viv that had E. anthonyi Santa isable frogs in it and I regretted it afterwards because I miss thier call. So I want to get some again so I thought I'd try raising tads since my vivarium I just built needs time to plant and grow in
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I'm not a first time keeper I've had dart frogs for several years now. Raised them all from froglets Just never tried breeding them
I actually just sold a viv that had E. anthonyi Santa isable frogs in it and I regretted it afterwards because I miss thier call. So I want to get some again so I thought I'd try raising tads since my vivarium I just built needs time to plant and grow in
That's great, sounds like you have some experience with them. They are supposed to be pretty prolific so they shouldn't be hard to find. Best of luck!
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